Fish N’ Chips is Central Michigan University’s male-only acapella group.
Nathan Grant joined the group after hearing many of his peers in music courses talk about it. He says he’s grown alot from the men, and gained a brotherhood as well.
Rollin Brommette says Fish N’ Chips is like a frat to him, and gaining brothers who love music is an added bonus.
Their next concert is at the Journalism Banquet on CMU’s campus April 7 at 6 pm.
Ashley VanOchten is CM-Life’s sports reporter at Central Michigan University.
She says she has always been into sports, and plans to have a career within the field.
I met her at the CM-Life office to chat.
First Impressions is an on campus ‘store’ that allows students to get free professional clothing. We spoke to store manager Alicia Johnson on that process and why it’s important for students to utilize this.
Kelsey Wooten is a CMU senior, studying dietetics. She is the manager of Mt. Pleasant Hot Yoga and practices daily. We spoke about her experience with yoga and how it has helped her every day life.